9 Computer software, computer programmes, computer databases; data recorded in electronic, optical or magnetic form; publications in electronic form supplied on-line from databases or from facilities provided on the Internet (including web sites); CDs, CD-ROMs; CDI's; pre-recorded videos, compact discs and tapes; films; sunglasses, spectacles and spectacle frames; photographic transparencies; games adapted for use with television receivers; computer games and graphics; virtual reality games and simulation devices; scientific, measuring and teaching apparatus and instruments; and parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods included in class 9.
16 Printed matter; books, booklets; printed publications; instructional and teaching materials; magazines, periodicals, pamphlets, brochures, guides, marketing leaflets and literature; stationery; calendars; writing implements; pens, pencils, crayons; artists' materials; erasers, rulers; pencil sharpeners; pencil boxes and cases; pencil holders; posters; photographs; photograph albums; ring binders; folders, notebooks, notepads, diaries; postcards; greeting cards; stickers and transfers; decalcomanias, stencils; carrier bags, paper bags; printed computer programmes; playing cards.
18 Leather and imitations of leather and goods made of these materials; cases, trunks and travelling bags; haversacks; rucksacks; travelling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks; luggage, bags and cases, shooting sticks, briefcases; attaché cases; document holders and cases; holdalls; suit carriers; coin purses; belts, belts with pouches for carrying valuables; passport holders; cheque book holders; wallets; spectacle cases; pen pouches; diary covers; travel organisers; tie holders; key fobs; and parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods included in class 18.
20 Furniture; mirrors; picture frames; works of art including pictures, paintings, photographs, figurines, models and ornaments all made of wood, wax, plastic or plaster; sign boards; non-metallic trays; articles of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, shell and substitutes for all these materials or of plastics; tags for use on bags.
21 Small domestic utensils and containers; household or kitchen utensils and containers; decanters; glassware, trays; coasters; ornaments; mugs and tankards; bottle openers; boxes and jars; brushes; combs and comb cases: coolers; soap dishes; drinking flasks; flower pots; pottery; ice buckets; napkin holders; glassware, porcelain and earthenware; sponges; brushes; kitchen mitts, dishcloths; and parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods included in class 21.
25 Articles of clothing; footwear; headgear.
26 Badges, emblems, buttons, rosettes, patches, fancy goods, embroidery, hair bands; ribbons, all made of textile materials.
35 Arranging and conducting exhibitions and trade fairs and fairs for commercial and advertising purposes; rental of office machines and equipment; rental of advertising space, rental of advertising space on the Internet; promotional and advertising services; publication of publicity and promotional material; compilation of advertisements for use as web pages on the Internet; business management services; business administration services for the processing of sales made on the Internet; organisation and provision of recruitment seminars; consultancy, information and advisory services relating to the aforesaid.
36 Rental of offices and office space; consultancy, information and advisory services relating to the aforesaid.
38 Telecommunication services; communication services by computer terminals, fibre optic networks; cable and satellite networks; computer-aided transmission of messages and images; electronic mail, mobile telephone text messages and communications services; video conferencing facilities; provision of telecommunications access and links to computer databases and the Internet; news agency and information services; television and radio transmission services; provision of access to communications resources; rental, leasing and operation of telecommunications systems and apparatus; provision for media-suites and outside broadcast facilities; broadcasting services including on-line services; broadcasting services of audio, video and film and the dissemination of information via digital media; relaying sound recordings; provision of web-casting services and facilities for web-casting; consultancy, information and advisory services relating to all the aforesaid.
39 Delivery of goods and merchandise; packaging, storage, wrapping, boxing and crating of goods; mail order of goods; catalogue services for ordering goods; travel agency and tourist information services; travel arrangements; arranging, booking, reservation and ticketing services; operating and providing facilities for tours and excursions; consultancy, information and advisory services relating to all the aforesaid services.
41 Consultancy services, performance and management facilities all included in class 41; educational, teaching, training, research, advisory and information services; organisation and provision of seminars, courses, conferences, exhibitions, lectures, educational, instructional conventions; organising recruitment and instructional conventions; provision of workshops, study and work groups; entertainment and education provided on-line from a computer database or the Internet; rental of stadium and theatre facilities, dance, drama and recording studios; production and presentation of events for educational, cultural or entertainment purposes; production and presentation of concerts including orchestral, operatic, choral and chamber music concerts; production and presentation of events including book launches, guest lectures, film launches, live and pre-recorded television programmes and televised debates; booking of seats for all the aforesaid events; performance and management facilities for orchestral, operatic, choral and chamber music concerts; production and presentation of digital arts; rental of recording studios and facilities; rental of classrooms and lecture theatres and halls; rental of facilities for exhibitions, concerts, theatre productions and cultural and outside events; rental of rehearsal facilities; provision of information and advisory services relating to the aforesaid; vocational skills training; providing information in the field of the arts and music via the Internet and other media; providing on-line publications including books, brochures, technical papers, catalogues and pamphlets in the field of the arts and music; provision of recording studios and facilities; producing, the putting together, collation of educational and instructional materials; provision of facilities for exhibitions, concerts, theatre productions and cultural and outside events; consultancy and management services relating to all the aforesaid services.
42 Licensing of intellectual property rights; provision of classrooms and lecture theatres and halls; provision of facilities for photography and digital photography and electronic and manipulative arts; provision of facilities for rehearsal; provision of facilities for workshops, study and work groups; restaurants and restaurant services; cafés and café services: bars and bar services: catering services relative to the preparation and provision of foodstuffs and drink; provision of rooms and space for catering functions; provision of accommodation and information relating to accommodation; booking services; consultancy and management services relating to all the aforesaid services.